Chilton, WI 53014

Planning For Our Students’ Future

Since the passing of the Referendum in April 2022, a visual concept of both the interior and exterior of the Elementary has been developing. This plan/concept is the result of multiple meetings including staff, administration, community and Hoffman Group. The Sports Complex was developed with a group including teachers, community members, Rettler Group and administrators.

THANK YOU for your continued support as we plan for our Students’ Future.

Jun212022

Welcome To Chilton

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First published on 11 March 2008 Posted in Home

Chiton Calumet Co. Seat Sign The Chilton Public School District is a K-12 district with an average enrollment of approximately 1,200 students. The district is composed of three schools - Chilton High School, Chilton Middle School, Chilton Elementary School and a District Office that is located within the high school facility. Chilton Elementary and Middle Schools are distinct buildings that share a common library media center and lunchroom. All school facilities are located on a hundred acre tract of land located on the south end of the City of Chilton on State Hwy. 151.  Chilton, a city of approximately 3,950 residents, is the county seat of Calumet County in Wisconsin. The Chilton community is extremely proud and supportive of its schools. These qualities are reflected in high student achievement and involvement in extra-curricular activities at all levels of the educational program.

In September 2003, the Chilton Public School District opened a new High School facility. The school features large classrooms each with their own natural light, an impressive athletic wing, and the state-of-the-art Engler Center of the Performing Arts. The elementary and middle school facilities were also remodeled and expanded, at this time, with additional classrooms and the building of a new pool.

Very small montage of Chilton Public Schools activties within a Wisconsin-shaped frame.The Chilton Public School District offers a comprehensive K-12 educational program and firmly believes that preparing students to achieve their potential is our highest priority. The district is recognized as a leader in utilizing a data-driven decision making model for utilizing best practices in all areas of the educational program. Chilton student achievement ranks among the top within the state of Wisconsin. Our students not only learn, but they are taught how to learn. The district and community share the expectation that students demonstrate the skills necessary to succeed in a rapidly changing world.

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the Chilton Public School District. We hope you find this website useful and informative in learning even more about all we have to offer our students and community

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Jul222019

Disclaimer

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First published on 15 March 2008 Posted in Home

This Web Site and its content are provided for educational purposes only by the School District of Chilton (also known as Chilton School District and Chilton Public Schools). It will always be under construction.

Thus, the information within this Web Site is offered “As Is,” and may contain errors, omissions or problems. It can not be guaranteed to be current, accurate, complete, adequate, functional, suitable or useful. This Web Site and its content are subject to change without prior notice. It is recommended and encouraged that the user confirms Web Site information with the Chilton School District.

The School District of Chilton provides this Web Site and its content without warranties or representations of any kind. The user assumes the entire risk related to the information, documentation, materials and software obtained from or through this Web Site. In no event will the School District of Chilton, any of its employees, or officers be responsible or reliable to you or to any third party for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages or lost profit resulting from any use, misuse or reliance of this Web site and its content.

This Web Site offers hypertext links to sources and documents outside its domain. The School District of Chilton has no control over the information. This service is provided only for the user’s convenience. The user accepts full responsibility for their content and use.

The opinions and views of the authors expressed within this Web Site do not represent those of the School District of Chilton. No endorsement, affiliation or referrals to products referenced on this Web Site are expressed or implied.

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Aug222018

Credits

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First published on 08 April 2008 Posted in Home

In the summer of 2018, the present website was upgraded to Joomla 3.8 from Joomla 1.5 (2008) , Joomla 2.5 (2014), Joomla 3.5 (2016) and presently used the following tools and extensions:

Over the year, this website could not have been done without contributions from numerous individuals.

  • Technology assistance has been provided by Mr. Brian Bartel and Mr. David Endres

  • The following alumni students made significant contributions to the original content of the website while at Chilton High School: Shaun Bogan ('03), Brandon Gillig ('02), Christina Jerrett ('03), Jason Kopf ('03), Dan Rothe ('04), Dustin Schwobe ('04), and David Schuette ('03).

  • The original tiger banner graphic that ran from 2003 to 2018 was design by Chris Keuler ('03).  Although its no longer being used, I feel a need to preserve its web history... so here it is.

Thanks to all from your webmaster, Mr. David Holze.

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